I've been investigating moving from MacOS to Windows for my main development computer for some time, and this week I finally went all-in on that switch. Turns out it isn't especially difficult to do. Even my presentation slides were straightforward to convert to PowerPoint from Keynote. The fact that so much of what we do now lives online makes switching OS far easier than in the past, once I had my web browsers logged into my accounts, I had most of my workflow right there. It is certainly nice to use a computer where all the keys work on the keyboard!
Rachel Andrew, CSS Layout News
Details of the upcoming support for Logical Properties and Values in Chrome and WebKit.
A nice walkthrough of scroll-snapping.
William Lim takes a look at scroll bouncing on the web and approaches to preventing this bouncing when it is undesirable.
For MDN I've been working on some guides to flow layout. What is Normal Flow, and how to elements behave when in normal flow? The answer to those questions are fundamental to CSS Layout on the web.
A detailed look at the proposed
color-adjust property, part of CSS Color Level 4.
A history of the
picture element, and how this feature came out of the community to become standardized.
Whether you speak occasionally at local meet up groups, or frequently take the stage at big design conferences, Notist is the place to build your public speaking portfolio.
You can share your slides, but also add video, pull in tweets, and build up lists of links and resources for attendees to reference to. Over time you can build up a solid resource of all your speaking engagements.
If you ever hook up to a projector, you should get hooked up with Notist.
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